# Custom Library Messages

## version 4/120212 by Ron Newcomb

Section - (in place of Section 2 - Verbs in Plurality by Emily Short)

The recently said number is a number that varies. The recently said number variable translates into I6 as "say__n".

To say Is-are: say "[Is-are of prior named noun]".
To say Is-are of (item - an object): say "[=> item][=>capital][are*]".

To say has-have: say "[have*]".
To say has-have of (item - an object): say "[=> item][have*]".
To say Has-have: say "[=>capital][have*]".
To say Has-have of (item - an object):say "[=> item][=>capital][have*]".
To say 's-'re of (item - an object): say "[=> item]['s-'re]".

To say numerical 's-'re: if the recently said number is 1, say "[=> any third person singular]"; otherwise say "[=> any third person plural]"; say 's-'re.
To say numerical is-are: if the recently said number is 1, say "[=> any third person singular]"; otherwise say "[=> any third person plural]"; say are*.
To say numerical has-have: if the recently said number is 1, say "[=> any third person singular]"; otherwise say "[=> any third person plural]"; say have*.
To say Numerical is-are: if the recently said number is 1, say "[=> any third person singular]"; otherwise say "[=> any third person plural]"; say "[^][are*]".
To say Numerical has-have: if the recently said number is 1, say "[=> any third person singular]"; otherwise say "[=> any third person plural]"; say "[^][have*]".

To say es: say es of prior named noun.
To say es of (item - an object): if the item acts plural, say ""; otherwise say "es".
To say ies: say ies of prior named noun.
To say ies of (item - an object): if the item acts plural, say "y"; otherwise say "ies".

[ Plurality is inconsistent with whether or not the "of (a thing)" versions of phrases set the prior named noun. I mimic this here so there's no surprises for existing works. ]